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For the subject-matter, see Behavioral neuroscience
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The primary mission of Behavioral Neuroscience is to publish original papers in the broad field of the biological bases of behavior. Research articles cover all aspects of behavioral neuroscience, including
Experimental subjects include human and non-human animals; studies using non-traditional species (including invertebrates) and employing comparative analyses are welcome.
In addition to behavior, it is expected that some aspect of nervous system function will be manipulated or observed, ranging across molecular, anatomical, endocrinological, pharmacological, and physiological levels of analysis.
Studies employing brain imaging techniques in normal and pathological human populations are also published.
In addition to full-length research papers, the journal also publishes Brief Communications, which must not exceed 3,250 words of text and contain no more than two figures and/or tables. When appropriate, Commentaries on research papers are invited by the editors. Finally, the journal publishes Reviews and Minireviews on any theoretical, empirical, or historical topic related to the role of the nervous system in the production of behavior.

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Full texts available onlineEdit

Volume 125 (2011)Edit

Volume 124 (2010)Edit

Volume 123 (2009)Edit

  • Shuman T., Wood S. C., & Anagnostaras S. G. (2009). Modafinil and Memory: Effects of Modafinil on Morris Water Maze Learning and Pavlovian Fear Conditioning. Behavioral Neuroscience, 123, 257-266. Full text
  • Cai D. J., Shuman T., Gorman M. R., Sage J. R., & Anagnostaras S. G. (2009), Sleep selectively enhances hippocampus-dependent memory in mice. Behavioral Neuroscience, 123, 713-719. Full text

Volume 122 (2008)Edit

  • McHugh, S. B., Campbell, T. G., Taylor, A. M., Rawlins, J. N. P., & Bannerman, D. M. (2008). A role for dorsal and ventral hippocampus in inter-temporal choice cost-benefit decision making. Behavioral Neuroscience, 122, 1-8. Full text

Volume 121 (2007)Edit

Volume 120 (2006)Edit

Volume 119 (2005)Edit

Volume 118 (2004)Edit

Volume 117 (2003)Edit

Volume 116 (2002)Edit

Volume 115 (2001)Edit

Volume 114 (2000)Edit

Volume 113 (1999)Edit

Volume 112 (1998)Edit

Volume 111 (1997)Edit

Volume 110 (1996)Edit

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